Levittown Girl Searches For Missing Minnie Mouse Doll Who Helped Her Through 39 Surgeries
A 13-year-old girl from Levittown is pleading with the public for help to find her missing Minnie Mouse doll. The doll was lost at the Chick-fil-A in Trevose (Bensalem), Bucks County.
And since the doll has SUCH a significant meaning to the girl, her family is asking for YOUR help to find it.
Bryanna Ramirez says Minnie has helped her get through dozens of hospital visits including 39 surgeries. Her family told NBC 10 that she was born with a brain and connective tissue disorder.
Bryanna tells NBC 10 that she had the doll when ate at the Chick-fil-A with her family around 6 pm on Saturday, but that was when the doll was misplaced.
Knowing the significance of the doll, the family frantically searched the restaurant and employees came to the rescue as well.
Missy Shapcott, a Chick-fil-A employee, told NBC 10 that she searched through 12 bags of trash in the hopes of finding the doll.
“It was very emotional, to know what the kid went through with all these operations. This thing went with her through every operation," Shapcott, a told NBC10.
Employees (who were both on AND off-duty) and customers joined the search efforts throughout the eatery.
The doll has not been found (as of Tuesday morning) and the restaurant's owner is offering a $250 reward (and free food for a year) to the family who returns her.
Minnie has seen her fair share of wear and tear. Minnie has a pink shirt, pink shoes, and a pink bow. Plus, the doll even has a hospital bracelet that matched Bryanna's when she was younger.
The Bensalem Police are working to help locate Minnie as well.
If you locate the doll, you can drop it off a the Bensalem Police Headquarters (on Byberry Road) or the Chick-fil-A on Horizon Blvd. If you have information about the doll, you're asked to call the Bensalem Police at 215-633-3719.
"Please help me find my doll," Bryanna told NBC-10. "She means everything to me."